Fraud Prevention - Initial Training Quiz

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If a member is out of town, it is considered fraud for his worker to submit a work shift for payment as if services were provided like normal – even if the member says it’s okay.(Required)
1. If a member is out of town, it is considered fraud for his worker to submit a work shift for payment as if services were provided like normal – even if the member says it’s okay.
2. If a member is hospitalized for a few days and her worker stops by to visit, brings her mail and magazines, stops by her house and feeds her dog and waters plants, it is okay for the worker to submit a work shift for payment.(Required)
2. If a member is hospitalized for a few days and her worker stops by to visit, brings her mail and magazines, stops by her house and feeds her dog and waters plants, it is okay for the worker to submit a work shift for payment.
3. It is considered Medicaid Fraud for a member to give their worker their online credentials or password to allow the worker to adjust work shifts or do visit maintenance.(Required)
3. It is considered Medicaid Fraud for a member to give their worker their online credentials or password to allow the worker to adjust work shifts or do visit maintenance.
4. Fraud is easy to detect and it is easy to prosecute those who commit fraud.(Required)
4. Fraud is easy to detect and it is easy to prosecute those who commit fraud.
5. If a member is approved only for meal preparation for 1 hour a day, it is okay for a worker to cook for ½ hour and vacuum for another ½ hour in order to get in the correct amount of time.(Required)
5. If a member is approved only for meal preparation for 1 hour a day, it is okay for a worker to cook for ½ hour and vacuum for another ½ hour in order to get in the correct amount of time.
Medicaid Fraud is a serious offense that can result in prosecution, loss of job, loss of Medicaid benefits, fines, and jail time.(Required)
6. Medicaid Fraud is a serious offense that can result in prosecution, loss of job, loss of Medicaid benefits, fines, and jail time.
7. Reporting Medicaid Fraud is mandatory. You must report Medicaid Fraud to Consumer Direct, the state, or the Federal Medicaid Fraud unit.(Required)
7. Reporting Medicaid Fraud is mandatory. You must report Medicaid Fraud to Consumer Direct, the state, or the Federal Medicaid Fraud unit.
8. With Electronic Visit Verification (EVV), the member must confirm and approve each work shift when their worker is clocking out.(Required)
8. With Electronic Visit Verification (EVV), the member must confirm and approve each work shift when their worker is clocking out.
9. It is okay for a worker to encourage a member to request additional services so they can work more hours and increase their pay.(Required)
9. It is okay for a worker to encourage a member to request additional services so they can work more hours and increase their pay.
10. The first time you commit fraud, Consumer Direct will not report your actions to the state or federal government.(Required)
10. The first time you commit fraud, Consumer Direct will not report your actions to the state or federal government.
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